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Found 7 results

  1. NK Advocate

    NIH PREP 2019-2020 Applicants unite

    This is about the NIH prep program. Its just a place for us to come and talk about different programs and where we are applying and what we end up doing. ****No display of stats please, if you need to know ask the person in private chat or something. I will start, I am applying to 7 schools, why? Because 7 is my lucky number, actually is 14 but 7 was more doable. My schools: Harvard, Brown, UIC, Uchicago, UGA, UMAssmed, Tufts. Harvard is my top choice, but all other schools are great and I will love to attend any of these programs.
  2. I am in a dual-doctoral program that is set up such that you complete your doctor of physical therapy degree by the 3rd year and then complete your PhD afterwards with some overlap in the 2nd and 3rd years of the DPT program. I am finishing my 4th year and have completed my DPT, so my University now considers me a post-doc. Last summer I had applied for a Clinical and Translational Science Post-doc Fellowship (TL1) and an NIH F30 (predoctoral fellowship specific to dual-doctoral students). I was awarded and accepted the TL1 before I heard back about the F30, but now have also been offered the F30. Since the TL1 is a post-doc fellowship the stipend is approximately $24,000 higher than the pre-doc F30, it provides $8,000 in research funding (the F30 provides none), and it covers my full tuition (the F30 provides 60%). However, the TL1 is only for 2 years (I probably will need an additional 6m-1y after before I graduate, the F30 is for 3.5y which is well more than enough for me to graduate) and the F30 is far more prestigious since it is an individual national fellowship and would be much more beneficial if I apply for future NIH funding (like a K or R01) later on. I am leaning towards pursuing a career in industry, but have not ruled out a career in academia. I looked into my options with both the NIH and through my Univeristy to try to supplement the predoc F30 stipend to match my current post-doc stipend and that isn't a possibility. The NIH program officer called me today to tell me what a bad idea turning down the F30 would be if I ever want to apply to the NIH again, but a $32,000 difference is a big deal to me when I have 6 figure student loan debt, so I don't know that the prestige is worth the financial difference. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!
  3. Has anyone heard anything about interviews for the OxCam NIH Partnership program?
  4. Hello! I couldn't find a thread for postbacc options, so here we go! Im graduating early, so decided a postbacc would be a great way to spend the year before applying to PhD programs. Ive applied to the NIH PREP program at Yale, Northwestern, Harvard, Mayo Clinic, Brown, and possibly one more!
  5. Has anyone heard from NIH- OxCam Fellowship program about interviews?
  6. Anybody heard from the GWU-GPP Partnership Program? I've been waitlisted and it seems like several of us are waitlisted based on the Results page.
  7. sherbertlemon

    NIH GPP programs?

    Does anybody know if interviews have been sent already for the NIH GPP programs? Specifically Oxford-Cambridge or the Karolinska partnership?
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